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Five Asian food businesses opened or re-opened in Oakland since this summer, including Night Market Gourmet.

More and more Asian, Asian American restaurants arrive in Oakland

By Emily Wen, Staff Writer September 25, 2019
Since the start of summer, five Asian food businesses have opened or reopened in Oakland.
Hello Bistros cuisine features a variety of salads and burgers. (Photo by Anna Bongardino | Visual Editor)

Staff picks: cheap eats in Oakland

By TPN Staff August 21, 2017

With Red Oak Cafe’s closure, Pitt students could go hungry come fall. But here at The Pitt News, we won’t let that happen. There are plenty of restaurants in Oakland to choose from — you just need...

Hungry for more: Competition heats up among Oakland’s Asian restaurants

By Josh Ye, Staff Writer December 25, 2016
Where the last few decals of the old Pittsburgh Pretzel Sandwich Shop on Forbes Avenue used to stick, a poster of an energetic Chinese chef, smiling as he hand-pulls noodles, now brightens the dark window.
Chopping up Oakland Ave.

Chopping up Oakland Ave.

By Abby Hoffman / For The Pitt News November 24, 2014

Sometimes, the stir-fry station at 360 Degrees in Market Central just doesn’t cut it. Pitt students are constantly on the hunt for the next best meal, and Asian eats can provide a nice shake-up to the...

Oakland Restaurant Week offers cheap trials of fast and fresh eats

By Dan Willis / For The Pitt News June 3, 2014

When talking about Pitt’s nearby campus eateries, two words come up again and again: fast and fresh. Oakland is no place for a sit-down restaurant. Profit here comes from midnight snacks and hurried,...

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